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Our 1st line of SLIM character OLEDs have arrived.



New Slim OLEDs
  Vivid. Organic. Affordable.

Offering half the thickness and twice the contrast of standard OLED module displays, these new Slim OLEDs are
a more affordable OLED option for any industry. Available in 2x16, 2x20 and 4x20 character formats, the new slim
OLEDs add additional color options to the OLED display line. Red, green, blue, and yellow color options are offered
in each display size. These displays come packaged as complete modules that include all required logic at only a
5mm thickness. With 3 built-in font tables, 10,000:1 contrast ratio, 10ųsec response time, and built-in screen savers,
these new displays will offer any industry an upgrade to their current monochromatic character application.

•   5mm thin
•   2x16, 2x20, 4x20 character formats
•   >160° viewing angle
•   Double height characters
•   Red, blue, green and yellow color options
•   10,000:1 contrast ratio
•   10ųsec response time
•   Built-in US2066 controller
•   Modules include all necessary logic
•   SPI, I2C and parallel interfaces
•   -40°C ~ +85°C operating temp.
•   Low power: 2.4~3.6VDD
•   RoHS compliant

Part Number Listing:
Colors             2x16 Sizes2x20 Sizes4x20 Sizes• BLUE:    NHD-0216CW-AB3         NHD-0220CW-AB3         NHD-0420CW-AB3         • GREEN:       NHD-0216CW-AG3         NHD-0220CW-AG3         NHD-0420CW-AG3         • RED:            NHD-0216CW-AR3           NHD-0220CW-AR3          NHD-0420CW-AR3         • YELLOW:      NHD-0216CW-AY3           NHD-0220CW-AY3          NHD-0420CW-AY3         

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Very nice to see these. I've been needing this for a project that maybe I can finally complete. I used a Noritake Character VFD but the 36 volts and glass are a problem as is the size, about 4mm too wide. I got your last two NHD-0420Z-RN-GBW devices and while a slight bit too narrow, would have been fine, if I could get more. However, I just found last week that you took the displays and married them to an interface board. This is great as the redesign on the VFD was to use a 2.8" OLED graphic display using U8Glib, which while it worked, the overhead to run the graphics stuff made the display sluggish. I only need a 4 line character display. And it has to fit 93mmX34mm. The new NHD-0420CW series is ideal. Except I can't make it work, but I'll post that in the forum. I either got two bad ones from Mouser or did something incorrect on interface, or (most likely) can't substitute what looked like drivers that were identical. Your site and the world is extremely thin on info for this unit and the driver, and a sample Arduino code. I work it up on Arduino then eventually upload code to an Atmel chip.

George Csahanin

Glad you like them! I found additional feedback to your post in a different thread, so I thought I'd share the link:,879.msg1722.html#msg1722


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